General Manager, UCLA Faculty Center

Job Description

The UCLA Faculty Center Association, Inc. (“”Association””) is a separate 501(c) (3) corporation, established with the endorsement of the University of California in May, 1960, to operate the University building known as the “”Faculty Center”” and to provide services and programs therein.

The General Manager is a University of California employee assigned to the Board of Governors of the UCLA Faculty Center Association, Inc. As such, the General Manager serves as the Chief Operating Office for the Association, which as of 2014 has an annual operating budget of approximately $4.1 million. Reporting to the Board of Governors, the General Manager provides overall financial and operational management of programs and services offered and conducted by the Association in University facilities leased to the Association, in accordance with the bylaws of the Association and all relevant University of California policies. The General Manager is responsible for all other University employees assigned to the UCLA Faculty Center Association, Inc. directly and through subordinates. Sales and Marketing are central to the overall and financial well being of the Faculty Center. The General Manager is responsible for integrating this responsibility into the Faculty Center’s overall operations.